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. jenna: from washington d.c. we take you out to indiana, new developments in the murders of five people there. police are questioning a career criminal, they describe now as a person of interest in the case. harris faulkner is at the breaking news desk. it looks like there might be a little bit of a break in the case, harris. >> reporter: what we're watching right now is that the sheriff is trying to calm everybody's nerves in franklin county, indiana in saying he feels that this was not a random bit of violence. he says that is important for the community to know that they are safe. this has sent shock waves through the community. you are looking at 46-year-old david isom. he was picked up tuesday evening after an investigation into an unrelated case. in the middle of interviewing this man they found some things that led them to believe they should search his home. that is 25 miles away from where the killings had happened. when they got to the scene the indiana police say they feel like they got some information that could link him to the five killings. it was a family of four and a n
of indiana school kids leaving public school, going to private school all on the state's dime. so is this new approach really working? we'll discuss it. [ female announcer ] so you think your kids are getting enough vegetables? maybe not. v8 v-fusion juice gives them a full serving of vegetables plus a full serving of fruit. but it just tastes like fruit. [ male announcer ] get five dollars in money-saving coupons at yesterday doesn't win. big doesn't win. titles corner offices don't win. what wins? original wins. fresh wins. smart wins. the world's most dynamic companies know what wins in business today. maybe that's why so many choose to work with us. we're grant thornton. audit. tax. advisory. >> welcome back, everyone. school choice is gaining traction now. at least in indiana. thousands of students are fleeing public schools for catholic schools after receiving vouchers as part of a new state law that allows families to choose the school of their choice even a private school. >> john l.sesser is the executive director of the indiana nonpublic education association and join
if you tax the rich. >> gregg: after townhall meeting in indiana, president was read a question by a resident there, scott ferguson. >> gregg: the president's answer was this -- >> gregg: i guess what i would say, scott has his economics right. you don't raise taxes in a recession. so alexandra. this company is worried about a double-dip recession isn't the president contradicting himself? >> no. in fact the president is proposing this as part of a proposal, only 450,000 americans would be impacted by this new buffet rule versus 160 million americans who would see a tax heig. no, look, we're talking -- gregg we're talking about a personal income tax we're not talking about taxes. we're not talking about closing loopholes. >> gregg: small businesses. >> we're not talking about things like cutting, closing loopholes is an important piece of the plan. we're looking at limited subsidies for oil and gas companies. part of a larger proposal to help jumpstart the economy and reduce the deficit. something the republicans have rising chorus over the years. but .3% of americans are being
-organized union members who are also at risk in these struggles in wisconsin, in ohio, in indiana and states like new jersey where our cwa friends, brother brook comes out of new jersey, is here tonight and cwa vice president, had a huge rally up in trenton confront with the that charming fellow, chris christie. i don't know if you saw his mug on the cover of the sunday times a week or two. the guy has a voracious appetite, clearly, for a number of things. contracted sections are among them. but in new jersey and all these other states cwa, afsme, the uft all following the lead of seiu have organized in total five, 600,000 home health workers, home daycare providers. in the last ten years, biggest source of new dwhriewn onmembership -- union membership and have gained a precarious foothold in the public sector for these workers who work in nontraditional workplaces, predominantly female, nonwhite, often immigrant workers. many, as in the case of our joint bargaining unit child care providers in new jersey with afsme still trapped in the post-clinton world of work. there are women on temporary ass
. >> no word on the man's condition, why he ran or if he will face charges. indiana. a new push to keep up the search for a missing indiana university student. the parents of lauren spierer organizing a concert on campus. the last time anybody saw the 20-year-old nearly four months ago. she was walking bare foot toward her apartment at 4:30 in the morning. new york. firefighters in brooklyn honoring a little boy who is a big hero. this 7-year-old receiving a junior emt award for saving his mom with a 911 call after she had a seizure. >> shaking. come as fast as you can okay? >> mom doing okay now: missouri, meet medusa. super sized snake in a classroom all its own. now an attraction at a haunted host. the guinness folks are about to identify it as the world's largest snake. medusa 300 pounds, 26 feet long and still growing and that's a fox watch across america. >> i'm trace gallagher in for shepard smith. this is the fox report. it's the bottom of the hour. time for the top of the news. taking the fifth. top executives from the solar energy company solyndra refusing to testify on capitol h
. an indiana hog farmer says it takes her 10 to 15 hours every week, including detailed record-keeping about each load of manure hauled out of the barn. farmers have to deal with regulation on pesticide, fertilizerrers and dust. staying in compliance can be expensive. >> the average cost of obtain a permit, doing paperwork to apply and get approval that are necessary. the average cost is $23,000 per permit. >> because of the number of federal agencies, farmers may have to get multiple permits to comply on a single issue. supporters of the epa and similar government entities say it's a small price to pay to ensure safety of food prices cultivate on the u.s. farm and integrity of the surrounding land, air and water sources. >> if you are getting subsidy dollars and getting federal support in exchange maybe the american taxpayer needs to get clean water. >> epa estimates in 2010 alon alone, the clean air prevented 1670,000. 160,000 premature deaths. >> the agency says, "epa has profound respect for the contribution that farmers make to our economy. epa is in close consultation with america farm
's been three months since the indiana university student disappeared. we're going to find out what her parents are saying? >> and up next, up in the air. a man in a plane gets a bird's-eye view of his house being burglarized. we'll talk live with him and his friend who watched the crime unfold. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. if you have painful, swollen joints, i've been in your shoes. one day i'm on p of the world... the next i'm saying... i have this thing called psoriatic arthritis. i had some intense pain. it progressively got worse. my rheumatologist told me about enbrel. i'm surprised how quickly my symptoms have been managed. [ male announcer ] because enbrel suppresses your immune system, it may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, and nervous system and blood disorders have occurred. before starting enbrel, your doctor should test you for tuberculosis and discuss whether you've been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. don't start enbrel if you have an infection
to access that. host: indiana, you're on. caller: first, the chart you had at first seemed to add up to more than 100%. i was wondering how you reconcile that and how do you account for things like degradation like when the exxon valdez sank g.d.p. in aalaska went up because of the cost of recovery. host: thank you, john. guest: good catch. you must be an account yourself. what i left out of that chart is imports. they are counted as a negative in g.d.p., because they are not domestic production. and we measure it by final sales. with respect to your second question of degradation of the environment, that's an issue that's been kicking around citizens u.s. accounts were founded in the great depression in the 1930's, and yes, indeed, people recognize the founder of the, that that is a net deduction that should be taken against production, and just as we depreciate and use capital in production, we should do the same for natural resources. the difficult thing is how do weness economics of pollution? most oil wells are not bought or sold or developed by the companies themselves so, there's no p
having spent the day in indiana. so it's a particulay important straw poll, too. there is only two that matter in the aggregate for presidential politics. one in iowa, we saw that. michele bachmann won it but hasn't been able to capitalize on the victory. the florida straw poll, this one is the fifth presidential cycle where this convention is taking place. has been indicator in the past, the people that won the straw polls went on to be president. ronald reagan, george h. bush were all winners. they won the straw poll and ended up in the white house. a lot is riding on this and the perry campaign is looking for a big win. you're right about that. romney is not organizing. jon huntsman is ignoring it. the candidates that took part in the fox news debate will be on the ballot with the exception of gary johnson, the new mexico governor who simply didn't participate. >> uma: it will be a big time out there. i tell you. people are looking forward to count votes. you'll keep close watch throughout the day. appreciate it. >> thank you. >> uma: coming up later this hour we talk to the new
. matt shubert in indiana caught two friends on his camera. you're looking at derek welles and eric middleton. he sees two friends on his camera. he says, i've got to do something. he contacts the police, contacts social media, but then he takes pictures and uses it as his facebook profile. hey, everybody, do you know these guys? >> within 36 hours, i received more than 500 e-mails. it just kept blowing up going viral. >> here's the twist. jared welles and derek webbi webbington are childhood friends of matt shubert's kids. the suspects are arrested, but here's another twist on this facebook story. derek webbington's brother made a public wall post saying, quote, i want to apologize to matt and dawn for my brother's violation on your home. our family isn't like this. it has been a real blow to us. you never would have guessed my brother would have done something like this. >> their reaching out has been nothing but warm to us. >> facebook couldn't have worked better for them in this case. >> in that case, it worked great. >>> there is a song called "don't talk to the bus driver."
never saw her again. >> victims of the indiana fair stage collapse have decided to sue over their loss. >>> and she has been called a she-devil, now jessica rabbit? can amanda knox clear her name, or will she be sentenced to life in prison? we are live from italy as her appeal is winding down. [ male announcer ] you are a business pro. executor of efficiency. you can spot an amateur from a mile away... while going shoeless and metal-free in seconds. and from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle...and go. you can even take a full-size or above, and still pay the mid-size price. now this...will work. [ male announcer ] just like you, business pro. just like you. go national. go like a pro. where'd ya go? there you are. there you go. [ female announcer ] you always went for the tall, dark, handsome types. so who'd have ever thought the love of your life... would be short and bald? having a baby changes everything. [ male ] using clean american fuel is just a pipe dream. ♪ [ female announcer ] we're rolling away misperceptions about energy indep
, mysterious murders rock a quiet rural town in indiana. it all unfolded when good samaritans spotted a child wandering on the road in the town of laurel, 50 miles southeast of indianapolis. that led police to an address where they discovered the body of a man in a house across the street, officers found two men and two women shot dead. right now, it's not clear if the shooter is one of the deceased. a gunman opens fire in the c.i.a. wing of the u.s. embassy in kabul, afghanistan, leaving one american dead. fox news has confirm that the g gunman was an afghan national working for the embassy. this is the third attack in the past two weeks. chris christie's busy fundraising schedule sparking some hope among some republicans he's reconsidering a run for the white house. today, he's stopping in missouri before heading to california and louisiana later in the week. despite speculation, the governor of new jersey has inside numerous times he's staying put as governor of the garden state. you can end up footing the bill for the united nations building. the u.n. is in the final stages of getting a p
.c.m. in marion, indiana, say something else. >> if he is creating jobs, i wish he could do it here instead of taking them away. >> well, he and others lost their jobs after they bought the company and then institutes layoffs and then after the workers went on strike, bain closed entirely. and a couple of years later, american pad and paper went under costing even more jobs. mitt romney and bain took a hit to the reputation, but not the wallets as they pocketed $100 million in that deal. here to talk about it in the upcoming speech on jobs joining us is the romney spokesman in the 2008 campaign. so, if he was not touting that as one of the major selling points, how real is the record in the business world would it be? >> well, any candidate, and their background in business and professional life is important. mitt romney has made it a sen tepiece and st -- centerpiece is job, and it is much the way that an undertaker is a medical doctor. and so he created a company and got made him rich, and god bless him, and i don't know but you will more and more from workers who were laid off by mitt ro
,000 jobs. the former workers at fcm in marion, indiana say something else. >> if he's created jobs, i wish he could create some here instead of taking them away. >> today nearly 200 others lost their jobs shortly after baine bought their company, instituted pay cuts and layoffs. then after workers went on strike, baine closed the plant entirely. a few years later, the american cop american pad and paper went under costing more jobs. baine and romney took a hit to reputation but not their wallets. he and baine investors pocketed about $100 million in the deal. here to talk about obama's upcoming speech paul bengal la and kevin madden. paul, if romney weren't touting his private sector experiences one of his major selling points, how important would his record in the real world of business be? >> well, i think any candidate's background in business, their professional life, is important. and you're right. mitt romney's made it the centerpiece. he says he's an expert on jobs i suppose he is in the same way an undertaker is an expert on healthcare. not the way you want. staples sounds like a b
's got a lot of flexibility there. he could lose florida. he could lose indiana. don't think people know that's in play. he could lose north carolina, virginia. he'd still get past 270 electoral votes. >> where are the areas in florida where you think the president could gain ground? certainly in the polling we were looking at in florida about rick perry, for example, and the social security issues, it looks like the president -- certainly if rick perry's the nominee would be able to gain ground on the social security issue in florida. is there anything else he could do there? >> you know, elections in florida really are won in the middle. and it's the i-4 corridor from st. petersburg to daytona, which is really the swing voter area of florida. and that's really where obama's in trouble. those approval ratings among independent and swing voters are just as bad as they are among overall. so he's got a lot of work to do in that range. there's sort of a myth from 2008 that he won with a really hyped-up base and an excited base. he really won because he won independents. he won independents
, that total does not include the cost to individuals or insurance companies. indiana lists say -- independent analysts, say. >>> we're also talking about high-paying careers that are in demand right now. the top ten jobs in america with promising futures. >>> and a pleasanton family watches as a very destructive guest turns his frustration on the family's car. >>> 7:51. a contra costa father is paying tribute to hundreds of u.s. soldiers, sailors and airmen who have lost their lives in the wars in iraq an afghanistan. kevin graves is a gold-star father. his son, joey, died in iraq while serving in the army. graves has built a foundation in his name and is working with families to create banners to memorialize the fallen troops. >> they've been noticed by lot of people. there's gonna be those that get it and those that don't. that's just the way it is. >> we were very saddened about the ages of these young men. i just -- >> there are 26 banners hanging in the town of discovery bay. each honers a servicemember from northern california. the foundation hopes to provide a banner for all of the tro
florida in south bend indiana. 81,000 seats were cleared twice before the game was suspended this was the stadium's first evacuation in 60 years. >> great video an unbelievable play at wounded warrior amputee celebrity softball game the ball was hit by steve shenaby. he drove one to center but double amputee steve wagee makes a great play, falling backwards. >> he was a guest we had friday. >> that is daryl green great game for a great cause. tucker you had the chance to play as well just stepping out on the field and playing has got to be great but also with these great -- that is christine brennan with the great athletes these wounded warriors are, just a great time. >> incredible athletes what a great opportunity we had a party afterwards, the coach is fantastic they are hitting the big time going all over the country playing big stadiums everywhere they told me, they played in a little town back in ohio a month ago and 5200 people showed up. >> what is this a picture of? >> me at bat. >> you had late in the game a home run. >> yeah, later in the game. >> you a lefty. >> y
here. there is rain way out to the west. we will talk about ohio, indiana, michigan, western portions of tennessee and kentucky, placed like that. so -- places like that. nothing here. there is a warm front, the line here moving eastward. it will bring us warmer temperatures, particularly the middle part of the week. the cold front will bring us showers and thunderstorms off and on during the course of the week as well. today is the quietest day that we have on tap with a mix of clouds and sun. reagan national is reporting a temperature of 60 degrees. relative humidity at 80%. winds out of the east at 9 miles per hour with an easterly flow. we have a coastal flood advisory in effect until 3:00. another day of below normal temperatures with clouds and sun. high in town of 72 degrees. not a bad day at all. enjoy it. >> let's check in with julie wright and the commute. >> i have to tell you bumper to bumper slow. the outer loop is slow past colesville road. the inner loop is unusually slow getting past 29 around new hampshire avenue where w
of heavy rain illinois pushing into indiana. quiet conditions for us along the east coast for the most part it will stay that way today, with the exception of a couple lonely showers and thunderstorms popping up here and there, i think particularly north and west of the city late this afternoon and during the evening hours, how much rain? not a lot looking at our future cast, projection of what is going to be going on during the course of the day clear skies for the most part this morning a little bit of fog out there this morning. that is it maybe around 5:00 p.m., a couple showers popping up mention off to the north and west there you see that there and through the evening hours, tomorrow better chance of having rainfall move in here including a couple thunderstorms in afternoon and evening, forecast today, looks like this mostly sunny and warm a few afternoon thunderstorms, 87 degrees for your high, then for tonight temperatures 60s. partly cloudy isolated early showers and thunderer storms, 69 degrees for your low, five day forecast, all right, 87
headlines. kill or killers still on the loose in indiana, police confirm they have no suspects in the gruesome murders of five people outside of indianapolis on sunday and for the first time, officers say it appears the killer is not among the dead. four of the victims are members of the same family, cops rushed to the murder scene after finding a 4-year-old girl wandering down the road. she was the only one to escape the crime scene. gretch? >> wow. he's one of the f.b.i.'s most wanted criminals so how does this ruthless mexican drug lord become the proud papa of two american kids? it's a story that's raising a lot of eyebrows this morning. his wife crossed freely into the united states and gave birth to twins at a hospital near los angeles. the reason -- she's an american citizen. so now she's headed back to mexico with two sons with american birth certificates. eric? >> a college student in new york facing criminal charges after taking the s.a.t.'s for high school students. he allegedly charged $2500 per student to take the exam. at least six of those high school students
or wherever, but you're dealing with people who might be in indiana or somewhere else in this country. how you deal with it? we're learning as we go. we have to increase our communications with the islamic communities in this country. some places, john, i think in your city, you have done quite an excellent job of the nypd developing contacts with the islamic communities in new york city. in mind state of indiana, we have islamic groups and i do not think we have done nearly as good a job as new york city has done, but smaller in scope. what this problem is very local. it means you have to have contact with the leaders of the islamic communities who are the people who can identify suspected radicals within their community. it is a problem that the federal government clearly has to deal with and be helpful on. but the real action is that the state and local levels to identify the people and try to head the mob. in chapter 12 of the commission's report is on the whole question of what to do about islam and the foreign policy measures which are largely ignored in their reporting on the report. bu
on our director's page if anyone wants to access that. host: indiana, you're on. caller: first, the chart you had at first seemed to add up to more than 100%. i was wondering how you reconcile that and how do you account for things like degradation like when the exxon valdez sank g.d.p. in aalaska went up because of the cost of recovery. host: thank you, john. guest: good catch. you must be an account yourself. what i left out of that chart is imports. they are counted as a negative in g.d.p., because they are not domestic production. and we measure it by final sales. with respect to your second question of degradation of the environment, that's an issue that's been kicking around citizens u.s. accounts were founded in the great depression in the 1930's, and yes, indeed, people recognize the founder of the, that that is a net deduction that should be taken against production, and just as we depreciate and use capital in production, we should do the same for natural resources. the difficult thing is how do weness economics of pollution? most oil wells are not bought or sold or developed by
43%. >> look, i think north carolina and indiana are going to be the two toughest states for obama to carry again of the ones he carried in 2008. he's way under water in north carolina. further under water in indiana. remember, the democrats have their convention in north carolina and they put it there on purpose because they're planning on using it to organize for the november general election. >> brian: right. now let's go to virginia. that's where you are. the one with 52% of the vote there and he brought a virginia senator, senator webb with him in the process. were held today. remember, he did better in virginia considerably better in virginia than he did in ohio. so actually if virginia goes down, it's a bad sign for ohio and some of the other close states for the obama camp. >> brian: it's getting really exciting, even though we're 14 months away. the debate is tomorrow. it will be great and we'll find out how they match up head to head. the president has his work cut out for him. always great to see you. have a great day. >> thank you, brian. looking forward to the debate.
the group in light of comments made by representatives andre carson, democrat of indiana, the caucus whip, who said at a town hall that mean tea party-affiliated members of congress are see -- see african-american as second-class citizens and would be happy to see blacks hanging from a tree. when you start using words such as lynching that's a reprehensible word, west said on "fox & friends." and giffords recovers. the idea of challenging arizona representative gabery elgiffords for her congressional seat was once unthinkable but a few potential candidates are starting to test the political climate. too soon? yes, says arizona political analyst michael o'neil. host: that's in "the washington times" this morning. and as is this article. "9/11 donations overseer of aid." host: last call on government stimulus spending, denver, democrat, hi. caller: good morning, peter. am i on? host: you are. caller: first of all, i want to say i am very much in favor of the stimulus. i am in my 80's and i lived through the great depression which this recession can't compare in the least to the devastation
a student. host: from kokomo, indiana. bob on the republican line. caller: i am 41-years-old, and my mom was surprised to find out a couple of months ago that i pretty much at all levels in school. she asked why she never knew about it. i said i threw down. i took it back to them and did not allow it. i am just trying to figure out where we went wrong. why did this become such a big issue? the calller from new jersey, i do not know what is going on, she must be sending her sson to school wearing a dress or something. when did this become such an issue? why do we have three different call-in lines. republicans, democrats, and independence? guest: in terms of what we want to recommend that kids do? i think you bring up the issue that many kids do recommend to their kids to fight back or bully back or hit back. sadly, that is not effective strategy. it can increase the risk of harm or both parties when the victim of grasses back in that way. we get into trouble as well it can get suspended -- they can get into trouble as well or get injured. we do not recommend that kids fight back in that
wisconsin, ohio, indiana. this legislation represents yet another front in the majority's ideological assault against workers' rights across the country. i represent a community with a right to organize was hard won, at the dress shop where my mother sewed collars for pennies, at the gun factories, the aerospace industry, the government offices, and the great universities of my state. the families of my district know from hard-won experience that labor unions fight for employee rights, higher standards, greater equality, security in work and retirement. they help ensure that workplaces and politics are driven by the dreams and the aspirations of working people, not by corporate power and the narrow agenda of the elites. unions were instrumental in forming the broad based middle class in this country, and thanks to decades of systematic efforts to guide their rights, as well as misguided trickle-down policy that never do trickle down. union membership has fallen in our country. middle class workers have been squeezed. their wages have stagnated, their benefits cut, their job security w
grossbeck texas, and begonia springs indiana and iowa, and how they rebuilt home in their own lives by paying it forward and by going to other communities hit by disaster and you know what? we survived just like you survived and what is so powerful about this beautiful movie, it is such an inspiring movie, it shows how all of the people that we helped on previous anniversaries on 9/11, how every year, they keep showing up at the next community, and as their way to pay it forward. so it is really about, you know, i joke around, it is like a big dysfunctional family reunion of all of these disaster survivors who get together the weekend before 9/11, double the population of some small town nobody has heard of and do barn raising. >> to help raise their spirits. the love and hope that you say was felt there in new york, you're just trying to spread that around. can i ask you about your thoughts on this 10th anniversary as we move into this are remembrance of 9/11? >> i appreciate the question. for years, people have asked me, how do i personally deal with 9/11. i tell them i don't. i c
offer him his cabinet? >> he had some positions in indiana and other places and had some history of accomplishments. not a great deal. clay was expecting to get the presidency. it was a time when the whig party thought it would win. we policies look like they would be needed to get out of the depression. they had a great shot of beating the incumbent, martin van buren. this is one of the examples where henry clay is not a good politician. he had been in congress, but was not a good manager. he trusted his own instincts too much. he did not take the advice of other people. they got a rule changed in the condition that clay, who had the majority of the vote, now said they would vote by delegation. however the state voted, the whole state voted for that person. that negated claes advantage. clay's advantage. harrison realize that clay was very important in the whig party. that is why he offered clay the positions. he wanted to make peace, not have clay on the opposite side. clay basically said he would rather stay where he is because he thinks there are more important things to do t
refused comments. the mother of missing indiana university student lauren spierer has written a letter to whoever kidnapped her daughter. in it, she pleads for information writing "do you think this is a game? this is no game. we are in this for the long haul. we will never give up." imagine having to deal with that. 20-year-old lauren disappeared three months ago while walking home from a night out in bloomington and family wants answers. incredible video out of upstate new york as a massive tornado plows through the town of amsterdam. take a look at this. >> oh, my. i can't believe what i'm just -- what i'm seeing. >> that voice you heard was from amateur storm chaser lindsay phillips. she just happened to be driving home when she spotted the twister touching down. initial reports show several homes were damaged. thankfully, nobody was hurt and talk about a job hazard. a photojournalist covering a high speed chase in california becomes part of the story when the suspect speeds off in his car. the journalist's car and that's not the worst of it. >> oh, my god! >> oh, my god. my wi
at them is not the answer. >> host: a couple minutes left. john, independent from indiana. john, good morning, you're on the air. >> caller: hello? >> host: yes, we can hear you. >> caller: okay. when is the smoke screen going to come down? you know, our economy is not stuttering because of taxes. our economy is suffering. we have 14 million people out of work. we've got a poverty rate of 15% now, and it all boils down to the wto treaties that we're giving our jobs away to china, and this jobs bill here has three more fair trade deals in it. why doesn't anybody address the real issue on if everybody that was working and paying taxes and 40-some thousand or 40 million factories still working here in the united states, we would not have a tax problem. thank you very much. >> guest: well, i think there's a distinction between sort of long term trends and the immediate crisis. you know, the reason the unemployment numbers are spiking this week -- you know, that is not particularly because of jobs moving overseas. that's a long term trend, and we have to look at the currency manipulation a
a chance to talk to governor mitch daniels of indiana who writes about this broader problem in his book. we'll have a chance to hear from him. >> let's talk about tony bennett, remarkable singer and has a new c.d. out called "duets." anything else? >> he was on the howard stern sirius radio show and they were talking about all sorts of stuff and tony dodged questions about his sex life. he is 85. >> why would howard stern bring something up like his sex life? >> because he's howard stern! >> he wouldn't talk about alleged drug use either and he asked about how america should deal with terrorists. and then tony said "but who are the terrorists? are we the terrorists or are they the terrorists? two wrongs don't make a right." then he disagreed with stern's premise that the terrorists involvement on 9/11 led to afghanistan. >> they flew the plane in. we caused it because we were bombing them and they told us to stop. i don't know what he's talking about. did you say he's 85 now? in some ways, you can maybe give him a pass. unfortunately, he also gets a megaphone so he can make these ridicul
of the hour. a murder mystery in laurel, indiana, may all about drugs. that from the relatives of five people shot to death. it's still unknown if the shooter is among those killed. defense attorneys present closing arguments today in amanda knox's appeal of her murder conviction in italy yesterday. prosecutors showed graphic pictures of meredith kutcher's body. that was her roommate and called knox a demonic she levdevil. knox and her ex-boyfriend insist they are innocent. steve? >> thank you, gretch. president obama's health care law is on the fast track now to the u.s. supreme court. and the law's legality may be decided before the 2012 election. yesterday, the obama administration decided not to ask an atlanta area appeals court to review its decision against the lawmaking the supreme court the next likely landing spot. this comes as more health care waivers may soon be announced. so far, over 1300 companies and unions have been granted waivers from the law's new rules and joining us right now, wyoming senator and orthopedic surgeon, senator john barrasso. good morning to you, senator. >
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